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Burlington, Ontario: The Education Services division of Sodexo Canada recently launched a new series “Celebrating World Flavours” to rave reviews at multiple universities around the country.
Celebrating World Flavours is a three part series that entails international visiting Chefs showcasing their culinary excellence and partnership with Sodexo at selected universities across the country. The first event held over a two week period involved Chef Hari Nayak, renowned for his modern Indian cooking.
Objectives for Celebrating World Flavours include enriching the student experience with a culinary and cultural event on campus and for Sodexo food services employees a culinary development opportunity.
Campuses that hosted the first series included St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS, Brock University, St. Catharine’s, ON, St. Michael’s University College, Toronto, ON and Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
According to clients, students and Sodexo’s on-site management at all four campuses the first event was a resounding success and the stage has been set for continued Celebrating World Flavours. The next two events which will be showcased over the coming months will explore Latin American featuring famed Chef Maricel Presilla, followed by a focus on Singapore cuisine.
You can find here the profile on Chef Hari Nayak and the menu featured during the first event.
Sodexo, Inc. (www.sodexo.com), part of the international Sodexo Group, is the leading integrated food and facilities management services company in Canada, the US and Mexico, with $7.7 (USD) billion in annual revenue and 125,000 employees. Sodexo serves more than ten million customers daily in corporations, health care, long term care and retirement centers, schools, college campuses, government and remote sites. Sodexo Canada is a member of Sodexo Group, and funds the Sodexo Foundation an independent charitable organization that, since its founding in 2001, has donated more than 400,000 free meals to at risk youth in Canada.